Nikon announces new EDG Fieldscope line

By: Field Staff
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8/23/2009
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The incredible, high-resolution performance of the EDG binocular is now available in a remarkable new EDG Fieldscope line. Some of the features in the new EDG Fieldscope line include the same exclusive ED glass lenses and dielectric high reflective multilayer prism coatings as their binocular counterparts, delivering extraordinarily high contrast images in a sleek Fieldscope body.

The EDG Fieldscope line’s proven Nikon ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass means sharp, clean edge-to-edge clarity and resolution while the fully multicoated lenses guarantee premium brightness.

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Larger, 85mm and 65mm lenses allow for a wider field of view—and both models come complete with an EDG zoom eyepiece, and are compatible with a new series of interchangeable EDG fixed power eyepieces for custom viewing. The EDG Fieldscope line is available in an angled or straight body to suit any expedition.

“By incorporating many of Nikon’s new technologies the new EDG line of Fieldscopes gives hunters the absolute best option for long range viewing,” said Jon LaCorte Senior Product Marketing Manager. “Combine one of these Fieldscopes with an EDG binocular and you are ready for any hunt on any continent.”

The new king of full-sized Nikon Fieldscopes, the pro-level EDG 85mm provides the ultimate in optical performance thanks to Nikon’s exclusive optical design with ED lenses. A rugged waterproof, fogproof new body design allows users to take this new Fieldscope on the most demanding hunts in the world.

Supreme ruggedness and a substantial objective lens make the 65mm EDG Fieldscope the perfect choice when counting every ounce in a pack, yet still need to see every detail on the hunt that has been planned for years. The new EDG won’t disappoint, delivering extraordinarily bright, high-resolution views and truly remarkable low-light performance. All waterproof and fogproof in a stylish, lightweight new body design.

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